The Ares 1-X launch got a fair bit of attention here last year, but I haven't seen anything about the Falcon 9 / Dragon Launch scheduled for this week. In my opinion this is heaps more interesting than Ares 1-X was: - Its using lox/kero engines rather than a repurposed shuttle solid rocket booster. - Its launching a full fledged capsule all the way to LEO. - Its tech with a future not as tightly bound to the whims of the US gov. - The vented fuel from the last Falcon 9 launch created an interesting lightshow for large areas of eastern Aus The initial launch was planned for Tuesday, but has been delayed due to some cracks spotted in the second stage neobium alloy nozzle. It will likely still be launched this week though, because they have enough performance margin that they can trim the bottom off the nozzle and still fly. They can reportedly replace it entirely by the end of the week if need be and still launch on Saturday. If this test is successful there will be one more test flight next year and then the dragon will start running supply missions to the ISS. There should be launch streams up on the spacex website and probably on a bunch of other sites like spacevidcast.